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1047 Games Partner with Overwolf for Splitgate: Arena Warfare Integration

Splitgate Partners with Overwolf

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1047 Games, the development studio behind Splitgate: Arena Warfare, has partnered with Overwolf, a gaming application development company, to deliver Splitgate players high-quality third-party in-game apps. 1047’s partnership elevates the quality of competition for players, offering non-gameplay evasive applications geared to assist in tracking in-game stats, communication, and more. Overwolf integration goes live today for players participating in the Saturday, Dec. 22 closed-alpha playtest. Participating players can download for free – and even help create – Splitgate apps at the Overwolf Appstore.

Splitgate is a fast-paced arena shooter that requires precision timing, solid aim, and fluid movement. It’s easy to learn but ultimately hard to master. Overwolf hopes to cut players grind time with useful, deliberate apps that serve Splitgate competitors and provide players with in-game applications and accessibility. The company’s platform encourages third-party developers to create applications aimed at steering players towards smarter play while having fun. Overwolf’s Appstore is loaded with convenient downloads, such as stat trackers, communication enhancements, seamless game capture, and more for a variety of games. Integrated into Splitgate’s infrastructure, Overwolf allows developers and Splitgate players to be creative and help find the competitive edge that propels Splitgate to the gaming elite.

“We’re always looking for opportunities to join forces with game developers that share our passion for community content, apps and services. 1047 is excited about giving gamers more creative ways to amp up the fun, and partnering with them on Splitgate is a perfect fit,” said Uri Marchand, CEO & Co-founder, Overwolf. “We love Splitgate. It’s fast-paced, super fun, competitive gameplay, and has a ton of potential. We’re excited to see what kind of creativity and innovation will come from the community.”

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